The latest report on the terrorism in the U.S. by the Council for Investigation of Terrorism in the U.S. (COITUS) revealed a profile of the demographic most likely to engage in terrorist activities in the U.S. -- the conservative, Christian, white male. The profile, which was gathered over six decades, revealed a demographic of individuals most likely to terrorize innocent Americans.
"Due to the coverage seen in mainstream media, such as Fox News, most Americans think that the Muslim youth are perpetrators of terrorist acts in the US, " said Andy Leipzig, data analyst at COITUS. "But, over the course of decades, our statistics show that terrorism in the U.S. is overwhelmingly perpetrated by white, Christian, conservative males." Leipzig added that some of the data revealed that Glenn Beck, Sarah Palin, and the Tea Party are instigators of violence and terrorism, but the report falls short of calling it a statistic. "We noted instances of terrorist rhetoric in the words of Beck, Palin, and the Tea Party, but we need a much larger data set to establish it as a trend or pattern," noted Leipzig.
To support the results of the report, COITUS released images of some of the American males involved in terrorism activities resulting in the loss of innocent Americans. The individuals in the images included Oklahoma bombing suspect Timothy McVeigh, Tucson attacker Jared Lee Loughner, and KKK minister Edgar Ray Killen.
Neville Holes, a spokesman for the Portland Tea Party Rally Organizers (POTPRO) dismissed the COITUS report as "claptrap" and argued for a vindication of Palin's involvement in the Tucson shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. "Sarah Palin's crosshairs on Gabrielle Giffords was just a metaphor for a human target because she is an avid gun enthusiast. Palin's words may incite violence and killings but she does not expect her words to inspire others to such acts."
The internet edition of Business Insider published an article on Jan. 8, revealing that Gabrielle Giffords was on Sarah Palin's hit list for voting for health care reform in the U.S.